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Fourth of July Wrap-Up

Multiple city, State and Federal agencies teamed up once again this year to make the Fourth of July holiday safe for Albuquerque’s citizens and visitors. From Police, EMS and Fire Suppression standbys at Freedom Fourth and Isotopes Stadium to illegal firework and Open Space patrols- the city was well covered.

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July-September: Volume 15, Issue 3

Summer Edition of the Open Space News.

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As Fuel Prices Skyrocket – City Taxpayers Save Money

As Fuel Prices Skyrocket – City Taxpayers Save Money

City’s Creative Approach to Fuel Cost Management Realizes Significant Savings

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Visit the Uptown Growers Market

Visit the Uptown Growers Market

Uptown Growers Market is Every Saturday until October.

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Mariposa Basin Multi-UseTrail Project Underway

Project to repave and stripe popular trail expected to finish by July 3, 2014

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Construction on New SplashPad Begins

Cesar Chavez Community Center home for water feature opening 2015

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New Mexico Horse Rescue at Walkin n Circles Ranch

17 Volunteer Teams make the Ranch work, we have a place for you!-WNCR is located 10 miles north of the I-40/Edgewood (187) exit

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Youth Development Inc.

Mentors Wanted-YDI Face Forward Program is currently recruiting adult mentors for our team based career mentoring program

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City Council Approves Annual Audit Plan for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015

The Annual Audit Plan for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015 was passed and adopted by City Council on May 19, 2014 and approved on June 13, 2014.

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Celebration of Bob Gerding Catch and Release Pond

Celebration of Bob Gerding Catch and Release Pond

New sign dedicated on National Fishing Day

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New Art Sculpture at Academy Hills

New Art Sculpture at Academy Hills

Check out the newest sculpture, "Desert Primrose," in District 8!

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